Programs Tagged With "Cooperation"
Looking for a specific program?
You can also search for specific speakers by clicking here.
A Definitive Guide to Thriving in the Emotional Landscape
Have you reached the point where you have had it with people? Are you angry and frustrated that you can't get others to cooperate? Do you wish you had more peace and relief? Would you like to know how to utilize good emotions to help you deal with it all?
Taylor Tagg delivers a dynamic and educational presentation that will provide you with the tools to:
* Understand your emotions and how be... (MORE)
Taylor Tagg Travels From Germantown, TN
Recognize and understand their needs and tactics. Learn ways to build support, credibility and how to deliver bad news.
Just as our classrooms are diverse so are the parents of our students. Most parents are gems and other parents can be quite challenging. Challenging parents can bossy, argumentative, questioning, volatile, over involved or maybe worse, apathetic. Unity with our students' parents is vital to our student's academic success, and our authority in the classroom. In this program you will identify the ... (MORE)
Peggy Morningstar Travels From Chicago, IL
Focused on team building through cooperative perception and creativity with the medium of Chocolate
This unique program focuses on building team cooperation through sensory perceptual and creative processes. The actual practical exercises focus on the importance of perception and assessment of perceptions when individual members of a team have their own perspectives.
Covering basic communication, creativity and cooperation between team members, the exercises develop around assessing team memb... (MORE)
Prof. Loyd Auerbach M.S. Travels From Martinez, CA
It's a totally interactive action event that encourages people to work together to answer questions, solve problems and bond as a team. And it's fun!
The Amazing Leadership & Teambuilding Challenge is a unique teambuilding action seminar (think Amazing Race meets Survivor) which pits teams against one another as they race to complete tasks and score points. To succeed, each team must assess member strengths, communicate clearly, effectively manage time constraints and work together to solve the challenges.
I like to think of it as a high ro... (MORE)
Tom Hofbauer Travels From Northwest Ohio, OH